We slept in this morning and made this a lazy type of day. When we got up, the campers were making their departure one-by-one. Yesterday, we counted 25 campers that arrived that we could see. Our location in the campground is such that we can see most campers arrive and it’s fun to watch them come in starting around 2:00. Some of the campers yesterday arrived way after dark. Today is our last day in Albuquerque. We have a great view of the Sandia Mountains from our campsite and the skies have been clear even with the fires burning nearby! They keep talking on the news about the monsoon season arriving soon. With the fire destruction, they are worried about the heavy rains washing down the slopes where the fires have burned the forest causing massive flooding. If it’s not one thing it’s another. Every state has it’s weather issues. Bob took Auggie to the dog park this morning and they were gone quite awhile. Bob said that Auggie met twin female Pugs at the park and he loved playing with them. They were just his size! Auggie came back and immediately took a nap! I did some wash in between going to the pool and laying in the sun after lunch. Bob joined me for some quiet reading by the pool in the shade. It was so relaxing! I can’t believe how comfortable it feels being outside with 94 degree temps and low humidity. IT IS SO NICE!
We sat at the pool for a couple hours and then came back so Bob could add the fluid to the hydraulic pump that does the leveling jacks. It wasn’t a hard job and it only took a short amount of time, but hopefully that will get the air out of the lines and stop the jacks from slowly collapsing while we are at a campsite. It’s not an “end-the-trip” kind of thing, just irritating. We came back to the bus so Bob could make salmon for dinner. Auggie and I sat outside and watched the campers arrive.